Tuesday, March 10, 2009

While the Momma Is Away

...Her Chicks Will Play! The Nanny sends me text messages sometimes with photos. She also takes photos on my camera and I promise to upload them soon.


This one she sent me while at work today. The kids were enjoying splashing around with Easter chicks and eggs. On my phone I thought it was Ned on the left but when I saw a larger version I realized it was Penny.




Thanks for everyone's well wishes about Penny's eating (or lack thereof) - we managed to schedule an appointment with a GI specialist next week. I had to use connections to get it done - otherwise we wouldn't have been able to see someone until the very end of April. And people want socialized medicine? But that is a rant for another post.

7 comments:

ElizabethE said...

As another BigLaw mommy, I also love the "real-time" pics (as I call them). Totally makes my day. This is a super cute one!

Susan said...

Super cute.....and here is one agreeing with you on the whole socialization nightmare ;)

Sotorrific Twins said...

Is that, by chance, the pink bucket from the hospital?? I brought so much stuff back from my hospital stay and I use it all everyday! So handy :)

The kids look so cute in just those diapers - I love baby rolls.

K @ ourboxofrain said...

This is a super-cute picture :) I love that Ned has socks on.

Nancy said...

Oh my GOSH!! That is soooo cute!! Your nanny rocks :)

LOL we still use that pink bucket from the hospital ... it was a "changing station" in our bedroom for a while ... holding diapers, wipes, butt paste. Looks like your two have more fun with it though ;)

Cyn said...

Priceless. What a gift to get to see how much fun your kids are having without you (and I'm not trying to be sarcastic, I really mean it). It has to bring you comfort and happiness knowing they are happy :)

jungletwins said...

Awwww, that pic is so sweet! Just read your other post about the beautiful Miz Penny- so sorry you all have to go through this. Must be stressful as heck. My Lulu was only about 3lbs when we took her home and she'd go through phases of refusing milk and it tore my heart out because she HAD to gain weight. She got over it though. It worked out, and I know it will for you. You're absolutely doing the right thing by getting her checked out, but I betcha anything she'll come around. Sending good vibes.